Billy's Top 10 Phys Ed Apps for the iPad 2

New Zealand Physical Educator, June 2011 | Go to article overview

Billy's Top 10 Phys Ed Apps for the iPad 2


V1 Golf

$6.49

http://bit.ly/lwiX4A

CAPTURE:

* Record directly from the iPad 2

* Trim, Edit Video

* Playback in Slow-mo, frame-by frame

COMPARE:

* Split-Screen Swing Analysis

* Flip/Mirror, Zoom, Overlay Swings

* Tour Pro Swing Library (300fps)

* Full Suite of Analysis Tools

IMPROVE:

* Email Screenshot of analysis

* Access to drills and tips from V1 instructors

AS 3.3 movement analysis, biomechanics. Doesn't have to be golf - would work for any sport.

Beep Test Team Trainer

$5.29

http://bit.ly/mtCdwY

Add and test multiple people.Training tab enables starting at and repeating any stage, Simple to use and effective beep test testing with your choice of standard timings, Professional voice advising each stage and marker, Professional audio beep on marker change and triple beep on stage change, Play Ipod music during beep test, Automatically determines your aerobic capacity and specific fitness level based on your age and sex, Colour coded results log and graph.

AS 3.1 training programmes, fitness testing, components of fitness.

Navy Seal Fitness

$2.59

http://bit.ly/jOBTZU

Superb reference guide to fitness. Topics include: Overview of physical fitness, Exercise physiology, Muscle structure and Function, Principles of physical training, Specificity of training, Determining your training heart rate, Energy systems used by exercising muscle, Lactic acid and ATP-CP system for anaerobic work, Methods of physical training, Cardio-respiratory conditioning, Strength training, Flexibility training, Calisthenics, Plyometrics, Anatomical terms and diagrams.

AS 3.1 training programmes

Burst Mode

$2.59

http://bit.ly/jBreil

Grab hundreds of snapshots at a blazing rate of 24 frames per second!!! Analyze frame by frame any fast event like yourgolf swing oryourtennis backhand or simply use it to select the best shot of an unforgettable moment.

After your burst session, use the thumbnails view to easily scroll through your frames, identify the interesting regions and select/save/ delete exactly what you want.

AS 3.3 movement analysis, biomechanics.

Skeletal 3D Anatomy

$1.29

http://bit.ly/kd5703

A medical application to show the 206 bones in the human body, each category of bones, and every human bone, which separately can be seen in 3D, and manipulated with a finger and rotate in all directions. …

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